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Blog Entry Launch of telescope for detecting optical signals from gravitational waves
Leicester involved in new research project
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / July
Blog Entry Hilbert's sixth problem: Can physics be axiomatised?
The University of Leicester will host Hilbert’s sixth problem workshop from 2 – 4 May
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / April
Blog Entry Study of Gamma-Ray Bursts afterglow surprises scientists
Department of Physics and Astronomy study published in Nature
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / May
Blog Entry A need for speed will drive you up the wall
Driving a racing car at an angle of 90 degrees to the ground could be possible with the right track design, suggests student paper
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / March
Blog Entry Documenting 75 years of scientific innovation
New British Library 'Voices of Science' website to record the lives of British scientists in full for the first time
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / November
Blog Entry Expert opinions cover Euroscepticism, Brexit and Jupiter's Great Red Spot
The Conversation and Think: Leicester talking points: a range of topical issues tackled by academics between 13 - 19 July
Located in News and Events / / 2017 Archive / July
Blog Entry Leicester scientist heads to Westminster
PhD student Katie Raymer to represent the Royal Astronomical Society at Voice of the Future 2018 on 13 March
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / March
Blog Entry Leicester luminaries shine
Stellar members from the same department win medals from the Royal Astronomical Society
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / January
Blog Entry Public lecture on energy, environment and climate change
Former Chancellor considers conflicting needs of people and planet on 11 November.
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / November
Blog Entry Spider-Man Does Whatever a Spider Can: Spiderman’s webbing would be strong enough to stop a moving train.
University of Leicester physics students calculate that the strength of Spiderman’s webbing is proportional to that of real spiders.
Located in News and Events / / 2013 Archive / February

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